School of Public Health
Our graduates change the world!
Public health is a field for people who care
about the greater good of human beings.
Whether you are more interested in
crunching numbers, conducting research,
or working with people, there is a place
for you in the field of public health.
What's HAPPENING @ SoPH
The School of Public Health is pleased to announce that the Bachelor of Science (Health, Safety and Environment) has received national accreditation by the Australian Occupational Health and Safety Education Accreditation Board.Read more
Two of Curtin’s 2013 Food Science and Technology graduates, Isabelle Sam-Soon and Bonny Rawson, have won the 2014 Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) product development award.Read more
Curtin University researchers have found milk drinkers could gain digestive health benefits by switching from milk containing the A1 protein.Read more
On the 30th July 2014 Curtin University held a Recognition Reception for staff who have contributed to Curtin for 30 and 40 years. Our very own Nerissa Ho was recognised and thanked for her continuing service. The School also add their acknowledgement and thanks.
What happens after uni?
Read about what some of our graduates have done.Learn more
The School of Public Health Curtin University invites applications...
Read about our higher degree researchers and their projects.
View our School Health and Safety video.
Professor Linda Selvey
Associate Professor Selvey has had a long relationship with Public Health as a medical doctor, cancer researcher and public health advocate. Her passion to improve quality of life for people across the globe is un-daunting. Linda sees strong links between health advocacy and environmentalism and in the past has worked with WHO, Government Health departments and has been CEO of of Greenpeace Australia.
Professor Linda Selvey is the Director of Our Epidemiology and Biostatistics Directorate - view more on Linda here.